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Unread 02-10-2008, 07:15 PM   #1
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YJ Soft Top Install?

Ok guys, I went this weekend and picked up a 92 YJ. The lady I bought it from kept it in the garage, so she kept the soft top off.

I want to install the top tomorrow afternoon if possible. All of the folding metal hardware is there arlready on the Jeep, but how does it fold up and stay in place?

I am sure that I will be able to figure out the actual soft top, but does anyone have any pictures of the actual process of securing the metal frame for the soft top?

I looked online at the Bestop instructions, and the frame doesn't really look the same. The windows say that it is an "Outland?" top?

It also looks like I have a little of the master and slave problems in the manual tranny, as I have to couble clutch to go into 1st and 2nd alot, and it wants to grind going into reverse, but we will save that for a later date hopefully.

Thanks for any and all help guys!

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